If you've read earlier entries on this blog, you have seen my postings regarding Lindly Haunani. I love working with her. No matter how many times I take one of her workshops, I always learn something new. My first class with Lindly was at a Cabin Fever Clay Festival, shortly after Color Inspirations, the wonderful book she co-authored with Maggie Maggio, was published. Her approach to color captured my imagination, and I've been enthralled with the "Lindly rainbow" approach ever since.
Finally, she demonstrated various ways to manipulate slices from the stacks to use in finished pieces. The final photo shows a feathered sheet and a sheet that has been formed by cutting up an Ikat stack, shifting the slices, and "building" a whole new structure. The ways in which this type of cane can be modified and changed seem endless!